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VERY GOOD CONFLICT IN EUROPE NOTES. Detailed, dates, cause and effect, covers EVERYTHING

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Military history by country Military World history Military history of Germany during World War II Foreign relations of Nazi Germany Munich Agreement International relations World War II Appeasement Adolf Hitler Joachim von Ribbentrop Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact
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Military history by country Military World history Military history of Germany during World War II Foreign relations of Nazi Germany Munich Agreement International relations World War II Appeasement Adolf Hitler Joachim von Ribbentrop Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact
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Growth of European Tensions- Dictatorships in Germany and Italy- Germany - Hitler and his Nazi party during the chaos and despair Germany faced during great depression, attracted 37% of the public vote in 1932 Reichstag election - Hitler was appointed as Chancellor of Germany in 1933 - Nazis set about eliminating opposition, both internal and external - Hitler became dictator March 1933 when Reichstag passed the Enabling Laws - Hindenburg’s death 1934, Hitler combined Presidency/Chancellorship=Fuhrer - Nazi SS arrested imprisoned opposition, censorship, propaganda terror to maintain rule - Nazi’s c...
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